At 31-years-of-age you’d expect that our back-up keeper, Sergio Romero, would like to be playing regular first-team football.
But with David de Gea firmly entrenched as the Manchester United keeper, that doesn’t look as if it is going to happen.
All Romero can hope for is the occasional start, unless de Gea gets injured, in the domestic cup competitions.
Therefore, you’d have thought that Romero would be open to the offer of a possible move.
But, despite, according to the tabloid news source, the Sun, that doesn’t appear to be the case.
Our aforementioned source implies that several European clubs have expressed an interest in the goalkeeper, as well as Boca Juniors in his homeland of Argentina, but also infers Romero doesn’t want to leave Old Trafford.
I guess the draw of the famous old place is as big as ever and if Romero is content with his lot who are we to argue?
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